Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, January 1888

The Dickinsonian suggests the creation of a school bookstore on the part of some enterprising student.  Outrage is displayed after an unidentified student pours cold water over two co-eds in zero-degree weather.  Flaws in the construction of Bosler Hall's water runoff system become apparent with increased precipitation in Carlisle.  The school's gymnasium is finally opened on January 6, followed by a busy night of banquets and celebrations. 

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